Key points to take away from the 2022 chemistry exams – (GCSEs, Junior Cycle, National 5)

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Thursday 17 November, 4–5pm GMT, online

2022 is the first year since the pandemic that students have sat national chemistry exams at the age of 16, and by reviewing the chief examiner reports this session will assist you with your preparation as you teach for the 2022- 2023 exam cycle.

The session is best suited for teachers of pre-16 chemistry, including early career, non-chemistry specialists, and heads of departments and science leads.

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